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Ernie's House of Whoopass! December 15, 2011
December 15, 2011

Fourth Amendment? What Fourth Amendment?

PROTECT-IP is a bill that has been introduced in the Senate and the House and is moving quickly through Congress. It gives the government and corporations the ability to censor the internet, in the name of protecting "creativity". The law would let the government or corporations censor entire sites -- they just have to convince a judge that the site is "dedicated to copyright infringement." Tell Congress not to censor the internet NOW!

Overlooking the beautiful harbor of Puerto Colon is situated Tenerife’s original Chinese restaurant. The Slow Boat was established in 1988 and was the first Cantonese restaurant to open on the island, providing the finest cuisine and service ever since. The Slow Boat's extensive menu offers specialties and there's also a varied selection of fine wines and beverages. The restaurant has a separate function room which caters for up to 70 people, making it an ideal place for parties. The restaurant also offers a takeaway Service, so your favourite Chinese food can be enjoyed at a place of your choice. With its fine food, beautiful views of a public beach, and excellent service, the Slow Boat really is a must for both visitors to the island and residents alike.

A braid (also called plait) is a complex structure or pattern formed by intertwining three or more strands of flexible material such as textile fibres, wire, or human hair. Compared to the process of weaving a wide sheet of cloth from two separate, perpendicular groups of strands (warp and weft), a braid is usually long and narrow, with each component strand functionally equivalent in zigzagging forward through the overlapping mass of the others. The simplest possible braid is a flat, solid, three-strand structure in some countries/cases called a plait. More complex braids can be constructed from an arbitrary (but usually odd) number of strands to create a wider range of structures: wider ribbon-like bands, hollow or solid cylindrical cords, or broad mats which resemble a rudimentary perpendicular weave. Plaiting (or braiding) with kangaroo leather has been widely practised tradition in rural Australia since pioneering times. It is used in the production of fine leather belts, hatbands, bridles, dog leads, bullwhips and stockwhips etc. Other leathers are used for the plaiting of heavier products suitable for everyday use.

First: an open letter to Eric Holder from an ATF agent in Mexico. Second: Sheriff Joe Arpaio said the man who threatened Maricopa County Sheriff’s deputies Friday night with an AK47 assault rifle died from gunshot wounds early this morning at the Maricopa County Medial Center. Sheriff Joe Arpaio states the deputy did an outstanding job protecting himself and the public. The Investigation determined that 43 year old Felipe Ramirez Castellanos, an illegal alien, was in an argument with his wife and left the residence in his vehicle. While driving away, Castellanos fired several rounds from a handgun in the air. After a few minutes Castellanos returned to the residence to grab the AK-47 rifle. As Castellanos was leaving in his vehicle, a deputy arrived. The deputy contacted Castellanos who acted in an irrational and threatening manner. He pulled out the assault rifle and pointed it at the deputy. The deputy fired his handgun at Castellanos and struck him in the hip and head. The brother of Deputy Antwiler later stated, "The man my brother shot in the line of duty was carrying guns provided by Operation Fast and Furious. Bravo, ATF, for handing him an AK-47." I'd give my left arm to have some Federal agent -- from any branch, i don't care -- slap some handcuffs on Holder. At the very least, he's guilty of purgery.

Despite having some pretty sweet moves, Nikki Stanley only makes 80% of what male ninjas make.

A lint roller is a roll of one-sided adhesive paper on a cardboard or plastic barrel that is mounted on a central spindle, with an attached handle. Lint rollers can be purchased in many sizes, from pet stores, supermarkets and online. The product is popular among dog and cat owners, as it will also remove dog and cat hair from fabrics, carpets etc. The device facilitates the removal of lint or other small fibers from most materials such as clothing, upholstery and linen. Once expended, the roll can typically be replaced with a refill roll. This enables fast 360 degree rotation, which facilitates the easy removal of unsightly fiber (often animal hair).

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Every sick internet meme imaginable, the comments by the poster are epic. Eric (sorry Carlie, he beat you by 5 hours)

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This post is based on a question I was posed in my "Introduction to Rocks and Minerals" class. Now, mind you, it isn’t a serious question, but when I thought about how to answer it, I realized how completely wrong everybody has been about it. The revelation was so clear I half expected the planet to be destroyed to make way for a bypass. So, before that happens, I thought a blog post might be a great way to explain why. I’ll start with the answer: Everyone is wrong about how people die when they fall into lava.

Buying an umbrella may seem a simple process, but selecting the correct one will save time and trouble when the rainy season starts. There are a few things to consider when purchasing an umbrella that can help you make the best choice for your personal needs. The first consideration is to assess how often the umbrella will be used. If you live in area with infrequent rain, then an inexpensive telescoping umbrella is probably the best choice. If you live in Seattle or other rainy climates, you will naturally want a very sturdy umbrella, and preferably one not easily blown away by high winds. For those who live in rainy climates, it is generally better to purchase larger and hardier umbrellas. It is harder to get away with smaller umbrellas when rain is particularly fierce or driving. Choice between a c-curve and a straight handle is highly individual. You may want to try out several of each type to discover which feels best to the hand. Many find the curved handle to be a bit more manageable in keeping the umbrella straight during heavy winds. Others feel the curved handle is harder to manage when the umbrella or the hands are wet from rain.

The chariot race in the 1925 film Ben-Hur was one of the most dangerous film shoots in history. In a quest for realism at the expense of life, the film recreated a full on, no-holds-barred chariot race among the stuntmen with a $100 incentive for the winner, and at least one loser was treated to the consolation prize of death. But that's not why it's on our list; the scene was also responsible for killing around 100 horses. The majority of those deaths were thanks to one man: B. Reeves Eason. He was the second unit director in charge of the chariot race and seemed to have a real vendetta against horses. When an animal had a problem, instead of getting treatment from a vet it, he'd just shoot it instead. Worst of all, most of those horses were killed during the disastrous yearlong shoot in Italy, of which almost none of the original footage made it into the final movie. The race was shot again in America, this time with much fewer animal fatalities, although the crash at the very end of the race is real and resulted in five horse deaths alone.

A Clockwork Orange is a 1971 film adaptation of Anthony Burgess's 1962 novel of the same name. It was written, directed and produced by Stanley Kubrick. It features disturbing, violent images, facilitating its social commentary on psychiatry, youth gangs, and other social, political, and economic subjects in a dystopian, future Britain. Alex (Malcolm McDowell), the main character, is a charismatic, psychopathic delinquent whose interests include classical music (especially Beethoven), rape, and what is termed 'ultra-violence'. He leads a small gang of thugs (Pete, Georgie, and Dim), whom he calls his droogs (from the Russian ????, "friend", "buddy"). The film chronicles the horrific crime spree of his gang, his capture, and attempted rehabilitation via controversial psychological conditioning. Alex narrates most of the film in Nadsat, a fractured adolescent slang comprising Slavic (especially Russian), English, and Cockney rhyming slang. A Clockwork Orange features a soundtrack comprising mostly classical music selections and Moog synthesizer compositions by Walter Carlos. The now-iconic poster of A Clockwork Orange was created by designer Bill Gold.

I have previously given you some of the most gruesome sports injuries, from Oupa Ngubule horrific broken leg to an MMA fighter snapping his leg in half during a fight. Here are 20 more that should spook you make you nearly vomit during this time of year.

Corrugated galvanised iron, commonly abbreviated CGI, is a building material composed of sheets of hot-dip galvanised mild steel, cold-rolled to produce a linear corrugated pattern in them. The corrugations increase the bending strength of the sheet in the direction perpendicular to the corrugations, but not parallel to them. CGI is lightweight and easily transported. It was and still is widely used especially in rural and military buildings such as sheds and water tanks. Its unique properties were used in the development of countries like Australia from the 1840s, and it is still helping developing countries today. CGI was invented in the 1820s in Britain by Henry Palmer, architect and engineer to the London Dock Company. It was originally made (as the name suggests) from wrought iron. It proved to be light, strong, corrosion-resistant, and easily transported, and particularly lent itself to prefabricated structures and improvisation by semi-skilled workers. It soon became a common construction material in rural areas in the United States, Chile, New Zealand and Australia and later India, and in Australia and Chile also became (and remains) the most common roofing material even in urban areas. In Australia and New Zealand particularly it has become part of the cultural identity, and fashionable architectural use has become common.

no, but seriously, erin. congratulations on your big hooters

jimmy kimmel's youtube challenge to parents of america: give your kids a terrible present

speaking of looney bitches, it's juliet lewis in 'shit girls say'

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